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Student Make-Up Days
REVISED: March 13, 2014
 
Traditional Schools: March 24, May 31, June 9 & 10
The following Early Release Days have been changed to full days: February 26, March 12, April 18, May 14, & June 6
The last day of school is June 10 (Early Release) 
 
Dillard Middle: March 24, May 31, June 12 & 13 
The following Early Release Days have been changed to full days: February 26, March 12, April 18, May 14, & June 11
The last day of school is June 13 (Early Release) 
    
WEMCH/WSE: Feb. 20, March 7, April 18, May 22 & 23
     
For more information about Student Make-Up Days: Press Release 
   
 
Home Base Logo
Home Base is here! Home Base is the new statewide student information system. Parents and students can use the links below to access real-time information including attendance, grades and assignments.Click on the links below to sign in:
 
Student/Parent Login
    
Teacher Login

Administrator Login
    

Information

  • Revised 2013-14 School Calendars: Click on the below links to access downloadable/printable copies of the three revised school calendars:
        
        
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  • SchoolMessenger: At the beginning of the 2013-14 school year, WCPS switched from AlertNow to SchoolMessenger for its automated notification system. At this time, SchoolMessenger notifications are sent to each student's primary phone number in Home Base. If you are not receiving calls regarding school delays or closures, please contact your child's school and update your contact information.
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  • K-3 Parents: Do you want to learn more about the North Carolina Read to Achieve law, which requires all students to become proficient readers by the end of third grade? Click on Read to Achieve to review the North Carolina Read to Achieve Guide's detailed outline of the law, view a parent video, and access other pertinent information.
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  • High School Course Registration Catalog: The 2014-2015 High School Course Registration is online! Click Here!

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